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    1979 Datsun 510 Wagon Z20S

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  1. FI Swap with a T3 Turbo, We bought a Microsquirt to run the motor. We picked up a Z24i Dizzy and coil packs to go either direction with the build. S13.5 Fastback, Guy i picked bought the car from was planning on doing the swap, had mostly everything to do the swap.
  2. Update: 12/19/2020 Yes, Between My Job, Side Jobs and Other Projects i am very busy. I try to work on it when i get the time and i do. Might not be getting it done as quick as i like. I wanted to have it off the stands by the end of the year but i am not complaining, Sometimes the best things take time. I hope to improve on future projects i have lined up. Current Line up for future projects is Turbo Charged Z24 Motor in my 720 and S15 Front end swap on my 240sx. Okay, Back to the A10 510. Since the last update, I've installed a Isuzu Rodeo front seat i had laying around, Gonna get the OG interior seat reupholstered down the road. I've found the missing pieces to get the rear axle/diff put back together to freshen it up to last with the motor swap. Currently how it sits in the picture. Wire wheel, cleaned, rust prevention and painted the axle, springs, etc. I also cleaned up the wiring and its all hidden underneath the where the AC unit use to be. Installed the last few switch's for my gauges. I would say it's coming along nicely. DSCN6752 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6753 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6756 by thesegamaster, on Flickr IMG_20201101_160217 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
  3. What wrong with the 240sx Throttle body?
  4. Time Left: 8 days and 4 hours

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    ISO H165 Rear Diff Pinion Crush Sleeve Spacer. Anyone know a source of Old stock parts? Looking to rebuild Diff with new bearings. So in need of the Crush sleeve Pinion Spacer. Part Number: # 38165-N5000. I know i could probably machine one as per the research i did, thought i'd see what out there first. Thanks Looking for the following Items. 1x Spacer Pinion Bearing # 38165-N5000 1x Gear Carrier Gasket # 38320-N5001

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  5. Update: 4/10/2020 Hey everyone, I know its been a minute. I've have made some progress on the car. Fired up the KA and backed it into the garage. I did not have a 02 sensor hooked up, so i think that is why it was running rich and choking out. I ordered a Megan Racing header to relocate the O2 sensor, Will have to build a custom down tube. I built a custom bracket for the ECU and CAM box that will be hidden behind the dash. Also, Wired up the Oil Sender unit and Temp gauges. Going to be mounted as so with stainless cutout, fuse box is behind it. Still need to think about how i want to mount a radio. Pulled the rear springs and axle, i have all the parts to fresh'in it up. Plan to wire wheel and put a nice paint coat on it. Might just be me, but while i was under the car decided to clean it, makes the wheel well shine. DSCN6271 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6274 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6290 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6291 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN6294 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
  6. Progress Update: 7/15/2019 I've tackled some rust around the front windshield. Wire wheel and sanding. I applied some ospho rust inhibitor. Smoothed it out with some bondo. I also applied 50mil Kilmat to the floor. Took me 8hr to get it all down. DSCN5557 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN5659 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN5656 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
  7. Update 6/23/2019 Exhaust down-pipe got wrapped and proper 02 sensor plug, Has been installed. Engine bay is almost button up, I've worked on cleaning up the wiring harness with a loom, Installed a custom intake. I've been working on the inside of the car this week. I took out all the old sound deadener because i have new stuff to install. Wanted to also clean up the rust that was on the inside and neutralize it. Dry Ice method works wonders. A lot of scraping and fumes cleaning up the residue. I also made a custom tube straighter for the 5/16th fuel line. DSCN5517 by thesegamaster, on Flickr Working on getting the nasty smell out and old sound deadener. DSCN5504 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN5505 by thesegamaster, on Flickr DSCN5516 by thesegamaster, on Flickr
  8. Its time for a Update 3/3/2019. With the New year i have been extremely busy with holidays, other projects and not the best weather when i have free time on the weekends. I went ahead and got everything hard wired, all the electrical is good to go. I installed the electric fuel pump with a 5/16" intake line, I need to go back and install a 5/16" return line. I got the engine to start but not idle. I think its due to the fact that the return line is restricting on the fuel flow(back pressure). Engine will run when given gas. Could also be the ECU needs to relearn? Everything sounds good. I finally found a down pipe for it so i have been working on getting the hacked up o2 sensor that was rusted on there off. So now that i have finally got that free, i plan on ordering some header pipe warp and rubber 5./16th fuel line and installing that soon.
  9. I recommend buying a service manual. Has a full easy to follow wiring diagram in the back. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-1980-Datsun-510-Model-A10-Series-Shop-Service-Manual-80/351983186372?hash=item51f3d531c4:g:msMAAOSw3v5YpL5u:rk:7:pf:0
  10. Yes, If you want to look at the whole wiring harness, Dash will need to be removed.
  11. https://austin.craigslist.org/cto/d/bastrop-1969-datsun-510-wagon/6809434655.html
  12. Not sure if the z20 connecting rod is the same length, but they still have it listed on Nissan parts deal
  13. https://austin.craigslist.org/pts/d/austin-datsun-wheels-2-240s-available/6788668791.html Emailed the guy, Cool Dude with some good stories!
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